O’Malley’s Tavern

4 out of 5 stars

O’Malley’s Tavern is hidden in a quaint shopping center off of Glenwood Avenue, across from the Rooms to Go and just up the road from Crabtree Mall. Fellow reviewers’ descriptions of a dive bar are correct, but this is a dive bar with personality. Well-worn wooden booths welcome you on one side, and the other sports pool tables and comfortable-looking couches. Patrons seem to be made up of a come-as-you are local crowd, which is a breath of fresh air compared to many places farther down Glenwood. Speaking of fresh air, now that all bars are non-smoking it shan’t deter you from visiting this hidden gem. They even have a nice patio out front.


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I actually only stopped in here for breakfast, but really did enjoy the simple meal and friendly service. The breakfast menu here is actually pretty broad, taking up two sides of a menu page. I had the country fried steak and two eggs with toast, plus choice of hash browns or oatmeal or grits for $5.75. My steak was relatively small, but quite satisfying for the price paid. Hubs had Byron’s Breakfast, consisting of two eggs, two sausage links plus wheat toast for $5. His sausage links were deliciously herby and tasted homemade. Prices are reasonable with lots of options to choose from, including corned beef hash, sweet potato sticks, yogurt, omelettes, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, french toast and more.
country fried steak breakfast

Drink (including pitchers) and food specials look generous, so try them out any time of the day.

O’Malley’s Tavern
5228 Hollyridge Dr  Raleigh, NC 27612
(919) 787-1234

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3 thoughts on “O’Malley’s Tavern

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  • January 2, 2010 at 4:35 PM
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    They are indeed ugly! I was so happy to find another place to get a quick cheap breakfast. Sonny’s was not cutting it for me, and Brig’s is too expensive for what you get I think. Thanks for commenting. -Mandy

  • January 2, 2010 at 4:20 PM
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    Thanks for sharing–anywhere with ugly couches and a pool table is worth checking out on a lazy weekend.

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